Parker Lewis Can't Lose: Season 2, Episode 7

Fat Boy and Little Man (29 Sep. 1991)

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Santo Domingo's football team is a physical force with such players as Larry Kubiac. Even with the Kube and other excellent players Santo Domingo's football team lacks brain power. An ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview:
Troy W. Slaten ...
Jerry Steiner (as Troy Slaten)
Mary Cadorette ...
Cathy Lee Austin
Coach Tripp
Rusty Gray ...
Ruderman (as Rusty Schmidt)


Santo Domingo's football team is a physical force with such players as Larry Kubiac. Even with the Kube and other excellent players Santo Domingo's football team lacks brain power. An upcoming game against El Carado High School prompts media attention towards Grace Musso (seeing as the Flamingo's haven't ever scored so much as a point against their rivals) to act. Skipping other students Grace shoots to the top of the intellectual ladder and suits Jerry Steiner up to play ball. Jerry proves an excellent addition to the team helping them win other games, but with the big game looming will Jerry get a big head? That and all the additional attention on Jerry takes attention off of Kubiac. In the end will Santo Domingo come out on top? Written by Anonymous

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An all-star football line-up featuring Larry Kubiac and... Jerry Steiner?
16 June 2007 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

As with most High Schools football dominates interest. Although the team features the unstoppable Larry Kubiac the team lacks any intelligent players. Desperate to score in the El Carado football game (Santo Domingo has NEVER scored a single point in all its games against them) the coach has the brilliant idea to put some smarts in the game. It's always fun to watch Jerry put into abnormal situations and see how he handles them. So long as Kubiac is there to protect Jerry on the field they should be an invincible duo. That is assuming that Jerry doesn't get a big head first and go it alone. A funny theme also runs through the episode as a friendly local news reporter makes a friend of Principal Musso. As soon as the cameras turn on the reporter repeatedly bashes Musso to her surprise every time. A high energy episode full of school spirit, this is "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" at its best.

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